December 11, 2021
I hope you’ll forgive another reblog.
Short story of why I’m reblogging today.
Setting the scene: My house, in the kitchen, yesterday, around 11:45 am.
“I’m hungry. I think I’ll make a smoothie! I have and an hour and a half before work, which gives me plenty of time to drink and pee before I go.”
I see a ripe avocado and think it would add a nice texture to the smoothie.
Grab my new ceramic paring knife that came in my Christmas box from work.
Cut the avocado in half…
… then swing the knife at the seed and twist… you know, to remove it.
The knife slips and slices right through the end of my middle finger, left hand, horizontally from the nail bed to almost the other side of my nail bed.
Call my doctor. Call my job. Head to ER.
Five hours later. Three stitches of the non-dissolvable variety because it’s too ragged and deep.
So, how’s that swinging knife working for removing a seed I could have simply grabbed with a teaspoon?
Not well, my friends. Not well.
Lesson learned. Typing awkward. I never realized how often I used that darned middle finger. <<< Not THAT way! I’m a lady! LOL LOL LOL
It’s an “Easy like Sunday” and I have a headache. Boo. Hiss. I decided that today, instead of writing about a particular book, I’d write about a person who is big, big, BIG in the self-help industry. So big, he has his very own “Dr. Philisms”:
There is no denying he’s a force to be reckoned with. Though he is not a medical doctor, he holds a doctorate in psychology (which is why he may legitimately be called “Dr. Phil”). He has quite an extensive history, and like I say, my head hurts so I’m not going to get into all of it, so feel free to read more about him here.
Here’s something interesting I would like to mention… he is the co-founder and president of Courtroom Sciences, Inc.(CSI), the nation’s leading trial consulting firm. Ever heard of the television show “Bull“? Well, it’s “
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